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Date: Sat, 14 Sep 2013 10:07:07 +0700
Subject: JOB AD: PathScale - We need IR generation, loop opt & autovec
PathScale's compiler team is looking for multiple individuals interested
in working on various parts of the compiler. You should have strong c++
skills and some working experience with clang or llvm is a plus.
Position 1: Clang (front-end)
Most of the work will be on our clang fork improving support for Windows
or WHIRL (IR) generation.
Position 2: Loop and auto-vectorization
We need someone capable and interested to make significant improvements
to our loop and autovec optimizations. If you have experience with
prefetch is a plus.
Position 3: BG/Q retarget
We need someone to help improve non-x86 targets (BG/Q, ARMv8, MIPS64,
SPARC, AMD GPU.. etc). If you have PPC, Power and or BG/Q experience is
Position 4: Debugger
We need someone who can take ownership of PathDB, our debugger, and
bring it up to production level quality. Besides a ton of bug fixes we
would also like to add support for more platforms (Windows) as well as
add GPGPU support.
Location: Remote (No relocation is needed)
Flexible work schedule, great company culture and challenging projects.
We're looking to fill most of these positions immediately
- email@example.com / codestr0m - irc.freenode.net or oftc
- Direct hire/no recruiters
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